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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Members & Agenda for First 2020 Reston Master Plan Review Virtual Meeting

A community Task Force made up of 24 members of the Reston Area was formed in May 2020 to discuss and analyze any potential changes to the Comprehensive Plan for Reston, which guides future planning and land use decisions for the area. Chaired by Fairfax County Supervisor Walter Alcorn, the Task Force works closely with Fairfax County staff to develop recommendations for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for the Reston Area.

Task Force Members

Reston Bell, Reston Resident
Jason Beske, Reston Resident
Jan Bradshaw, Southgate CC
Charles Colby, Hunter’s Green Cluster
David Gill, NVBIA
Burton Griffith, Mediterranean Cluster
Jennifer Jushchuk, SOS
Charles Kapur, Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce
Alvarez LeCesne, Reston Resident
Michelle Kimmel, SOS
John Mooney, Reston Association
Lynne Mulston, Reston Citizen’s Association
Tammi Petrine, Reston 20/20
Bill Penniman, Reston Community Center
Bruce Ramo, Reclaim Reston
David Vanell, Reston P&Z
Rob Wittman, Northern Virginia Association of Realtors (NVAR)
Lorri Zell, SOS


Larry Butler, Reston Association
Moira Callaghan, Reclaim Reston
Dennis Hays, Reston Citizen’s Association
Mike Jennings, Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce
Bill Keefe, Reston Community Center
Shane Murphy, NVBIA
Donna Rowland-Gough, Reston 20/20

Upcoming Meeting

Monday, May 11, 2020, 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Virtual Meeting - Details TBD
Meeting Agenda

Reston Comprehensive Plan Task Force
May 11, 2020 at 7 p.m.

1.Welcome and Introductions (Supervisor Alcorn) 
2.Introduction of County Staff (Chris Caperton, Department of Planning and Development) 
3.Discussion of the Task Force procedures relative to public participation during the pandemic and afterwards,and accessing meeting materials 
4.Goals and Intended outcomes of the Task Force (Supervisor Alcorn)
5.Task Force discussion of the elements in the authorization 
7.Next meetingTuesday, May 26 at 7 p.m. 

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